My Google Reader: The Process – What Will You Remember – Perspiration – No Money

by Coach Davender on January 3, 2010

I use Google Reader to track of hundreds of blogs on leadership, entrepreneurship and success. Here are some great posts that turned up in my Google Reader lately:

Are we too focused on the result, thinking that “arriving” will make us happy? Why do athletes, music heroes, and business people who are already at the top of their field and financially secure keep going? Why don’t they retire as soon as they get there?

Mark Cuban may be a multi-millionaire, but he does ask a good question that puts wealth (and the pursuit of wealth) in a proper perspective

A great series of posts by an entrepreneur-turned-venture capitalist about what it takes to succeed today. I like the point that he makes in this post the best: “If you want a safe job or a balanced life don’t be an entrepreneur.”

The brutal truth about what “I don’t have the money” really means (and what to do about it)…

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Check out these and other posts that I share from a list of over 220 blogs on my Google Reader sharing page:

Do you have a blog you suggest I should follow? (Maybe even your own blog?) Post it in the comments below!

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Chuck Blakeman January 3, 2010 at 10:18

Great to connect with you here as well as on Twitter, Davender. I appreciate finding others who believe that a successful business owner moves from survival right through success to significance. Passion for something bigger than just making money is what will make us more of it.

Have a great 2010!

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